On Thursday, former Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Zack Greinke faced his former team, but now as a member of the Arizona Diamondbacks. Greinke picked up a victory, as he struck out six and limited his former squad to just one Run over six innings. Paul Goldschmidt, Chris Iannetta, and A.J. Pollock also helped with multiple RBIs in the game. Here's the latest Dodgers vs. Diamondbacks game recap including top performers, stats, a standings update, and what's next on the schedule for the two teams.

MLB game recap

The Arizona Diamondbacks started off today's game with a bang as Paul Goldschmidt was able to hit a double in the bottom of the first to score Blanco and Lamb.

That gave Arizona the 2-0 lead. They would add three more runs in the second inning after a Blanco double scored Marte, and then a 411-foot home run from A.J. Iannetta scored Blanco. Pollock would hit a home run in the third inning, scoring Goldschmidt, to give the Diamondbacks a 7-1 advantage.

Pitcher Zack Greinke also had a solid outing on the mound for Arizona. He went six innings, striking out six batters, while giving up just four hits and the one run for the L.A. Dodgers all game. The win was his 16th of the season, giving him a record of 16-6 overall.

On the other side, the Los Angeles Dodgers were held to just five hits all game and one run. Adrian Gonzalez provided the only RBI, which was a double in the top of the second inning.

Gonzalez's double scored catcher Yasmani Grandal, who had the most successful day in terms of hits, as he added two to his season's total.

Taking the loss for the Dodgers today was Kenta Maeda, who falls to 12-6 for the season. He lasted just three innings, striking out four batters, but giving up eight hits and seven runs to the Dodgers.

Standings & what's next

Thursday's loss puts the Los Angeles Dodgers at 91-41 for their season with a 39-25 away record. They're still holding the top spot in their division and the best record in MLB as they push towards the playoffs. They'll try to bounce back from today's loss when they visit the San Diego Padres on Friday night at 10:10 p.m.

Eastern Time.

The Arizona Diamondbacks are now 76-58 overall and 45-23 at home. The team is still holding the top spot in the MLB Wild Card standings. After sweeping this series against the L.A. Dodgers, they now hit the road for a series with the Colorado Rockies. The first game of that series will be on Friday night at 8:40 p.m. Eastern Time.